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‘Hundreds of millions’ of Facebook users’ passwords were visible to its employees

Hundreds of millions of Facebook users have had their passwords stored in plain text and exposed to employees in a security glitch, but the social network says the issue has now been fixed. An internal security review undertaken by Facebook revealed millions of passwords were stored in a readable, rather …

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Facebook to re-examine how live videos are flagged after Christchurch shooting

One reason is because artificial intelligence systems are trained with large volumes of similar content, but in this case there was not enough because such attacks are rare. The Christchurch shooter livestreamed his actions on Facebook.Credit:AP Rosen said another challenge is in getting artificial intelligence to tell the difference between …

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AFL Live 2019: Carlton Blues v Richmond Tigers

After months of waiting (for some diehards anyway) the AFL returns on a cracking March night in Melbourne. Traditional round one foes Carlton and Richmond meet before what is certain to be a bumper crowd at the MCG.

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Bomber Saad to wear special boots in memory of Christchurch tragedy

Essendon is strongly backing Saad’s stance and the players from both sides will wear black arm bands in memory of the victims – a step that is expected at all AFL matches during the opening round of the AFL season. Essendon has a prayer room at the club’s expansive Tullamarine …

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Wollongong priest charged with historical indecent assaults on boy

Wollongong priest Father Ron Peters has been charged with historical indecent assaults. Father Peters, a co-founder of Illawarra People for Peace, was arrested in Berkeley on Tuesday. The 61-year-old priest, who is chair of the Diocesan Schools Council and works in many Illawarra school communities, was charged at Lake Illawarra …

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No bail for man accused of firing shot into a Brisbane church’s wall

A man accused of firing a shot into a Brisbane church on Friday, before being found with amphetamine and explosives, has appeared in court. Johannesburg-born labourer Keiran David Rocke, 20, is accused of firing a single gunshot into the wall of the St Paul’s Lutheran Church in Nundah, 10km north-east …

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Vic Health looks into alleged coercion at public hospitals

Despite promises she would not be out of pocket, Ms Young says she is now receiving bills she would not be paying as a public patient. Loading The hospital operator, Eastern Health, later said: “Hospital medical attention will always be determined by medical need, not private health insurance status.” It …

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Brother Kostka trial ends with ‘unusual’ defence concession

Defence barrister Greg Walsh has not brought any evidence in support of Mr Chute and has chosen not to cross-examine any alleged victims or other witnesses. In closing he admitted his submission was an unusual one, before telling Justice Mossop he could be satisfied the acts had occurred as accused. …

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Dogs firm for spoon, but Foran wouldn’t trade a single player

“I was surprised as anyone watching the game. Everyone was watching it and probably thinking, ‘Jesus Christ, what’s up with Canterbury this year?’ and, ‘What have they been doing?’ “There’s no doubt they were playing on a lot of emotion [because of the Christchurch attacks], they also had an old …

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‘He’s ready to go’: Swans back Buddy after just four weeks’ training

But it’s the news of Franklin’s inclusion that is the major talking point heading into the clash against the Western Bulldogs at Marvel Stadium on Saturday night. Franklin enters the season proper without a match under his belt. The Swans, however, are emboldened by his record of playing off a …

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